Run by Jennifer McClure and her husband Michael McClure, Broad River Frenchies is an AKC registered French Bulldog breeder organization that is located in Georgia. It is a family-owned business with a farm spreading to 5-acre. In partnership with a local vet office, the organization provides puppies with the best quality of healthcare and a referral from our local vets’ office if requested by the owners.
They serve other states as well like South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia. While Bulldogs come in many colors, the organization is known to breed Bulldogs in creams, fawns, red fawn, blue fawns, blue brindle, black, black brindle, brindle, black mask, and sables colors.
The organization sends the puppy with a care package that includes anything that your puppy would need at the time he is shifting to his forever home.
Some of these items are:
- AKC registration for your puppy
- Vaccination and deworming records
- Health guarantee
- Micro Chip record
- Information on how to care for your puppy
- Dog toys
The organization has the authority to decide whether the puppy is ready to go to its forever home or not. 6-8 weeks is usually the period before which they do not allow the puppy to go and post that, if the weight and health condition is normal, they allow owners to take the puppy.
At the time of sale, the puppy would have been checked by the vet and it is ensured that he/she is in good health. The breeder provides a one-year guarantee against any congenital defects of the puppy. In case such a defect occurs and is proved at the time of return, the breeder will provide a replacement of the same breed when one is available.
The buyer is given 72 hours to get the puppy checked by a licensed vet and in case any health issues come up, the buyer can return the puppy with reports from the vet proving the medical condition. A full refund would be initiated to the buyer in such a case.
This guarantee does not include any injury caused due to the neglect of the owner, colds, allergies, internal or external parasites, or umbilical hernias. Also, the breeder is not responsible for the medical expenses incurred to post the sale.
Note: In case you keep the puppy at the Kennel after 8 weeks, the organization charges $10 per day.
Since the couple is in a full-time job, the visits can only be made through appointments and on weekends or late evenings. Also, the vaccination shots are given to puppies post 6-8 weeks from birth due to which, the organization does not allow anybody to touch the puppies. You can only see them from a distance to avoid any kind of real danger.
The couple updates their website every 2-3 days, which allows you to see the markings/colors of the available puppies. In case you like any of them, you are required to put a deposit which would help these people to hold the puppies until you can visit them in person.
The deposit amount is $500 which is recommended to be paid as a friend or family payment to avoid a 3% charge that would be levied on you otherwise. The deposit can be made only once the litter is on the ground and is non-refundable.
The payment can be made through PayPal, cash, or check for the deposit. Their PayPal ID is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broad River Frenchies Details
- Address: Danielsville, GA 30633
- Phone Number: 770-710-7101
- Website: Broad River Frenchies
- Email: email@example.com
If you wish to get to know more about the organization, you can visit the above-mentioned website and get information about both the breeders and the puppies.
Also, in case you want to receive the notification about the upcoming litters, you can request them to add you to the list and every time these people will start the breeding process, you will be notified. Once the puppy is born, based on its color and gender, you can decide if you want to adopt or not.
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